Life Lessons from Suri Cruise

Suri Cruise is not only the daughter of two of Hollywood’s most insane parents (flashback to Tom using Oprah’s couch as a trampoline), but she’s nothing less than a miniature diva. I thought some girls I knew were bad, but as merely a toddler, this little one has them all beat. Surprisingly, we can learn some valuable life lessons from this lipstick-wearing baby starlet. Compared to Suri’s life, ours are all pathetically boring, and we might as well add a little glamour in it any chance we get. Even if it is coming from a toddler.



  1. Jessica says:

    LOL, oh my gosh, I can't even tell you how much I love this! Suri is so adorable, it's sad to say I'm envious of a toddler's life.

  2. Jennifer says:

    Coffee is definitely not good for a toddler, I really hope it's hot chocolate in those.

    1. criolle johnny says:

      Hot choc has almost as much caffeine and a lot more sugar!

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  4. Nicole says:

    I'm using her as an excuse on why I should invest in an iPad.

  5. Lydia says:

    Who would ever spoil their kid this much??

  6. angel says:

    those heels = adorable. she really is a mini star!

    1. Emma says:

      i want to be an adult version of her.

  7. Lily says:

    This is just wrong…
    When I was four, I had sneakers that lit up, not heels. My favorite things in the world were my stuffed animals, Barbies, baby dolls, jump rope and crayons. Forget an i-pad, there was no cable or internet in my house until I was like 10. I ate Chips Ahoy cookies, baby carrots and dry cheerios with my fingers, and still can’t use chopsticks. I still don’t drink coffee, I have a bad reaction to caffeine, but when I was four I drank milk or watered-down juice. The purse I currently use cost about $20, and when I was a toddler I had a little pink sequined purse from the dollar store that I dragged around everywhere…
    I just think little kids need to stay innocent, and have a chance to be little. That’s my opinion.

    1. Jackie says:

      I totally agree! I miss being little when you never had to worry about anything and everything was so simple. This is not simple! She acts more grown up than her parents.

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